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dFROM THE LIBRARY OF -«• • v» /V" 

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PREFACE 



SEP 30 1932 



In presenting this work to the publi he Editor believes that its improvements and additional music, justify hiin in adding it to the valuable 
collections of music now in use. He les simply to mention a few of the merits of the book, sensible lliat on them will depend the success 
of the volume, in a christian and eniiglicd community. 

1st. As the use of the Organ and no Forte is becoming common in houses of public worship, and in families; and as few have the 
opportunity to become so versed in the cnce of Music, as to be able to play the harmony, even of plain psalmody, from fi(rure$, it is deemed 
necessary to devise some method of j ing it before the performer on the staff, in such a manner as to be plain and familiar; and this too 
without confusing the vocal parts. It >elieved that the new plan here adopted, of introducing harmony on the Base and Treble s»aff, in 
small notes, will meet with general appr.tion, and that this improvement alone, is sufficient to ensure the book a grateful reception. 

2d. The metrical tunes are so fu-ned, that on most of the pages will be found two of different character, on such relative kcvs as will 
enabh) Choirs to pass readily from one the other, when the sentiment of the words of the same hymn require music of different characters. 
This convenience must be very obvioui 

3d. The conciseness and clearness he Rudiments— the adaptation of additional words to the common tunes, to give variety, and prevent 
Scholars from learning Time, Accent, le. Words, &c. by rote, — must be an advantage readily perceived by teachers and chori.sters. 

4th. The book is divided into two ;s, for the purpose of distinctly introducing occasional pieces, peculiarly calculated to inl( rest singers 
in cultivating skill in execution, tim jxpression, &.c. which owing, to the necessary sameness in psalmody, cannot be exercised to the 
degree which is requisite to perform in plain church music with decision and independence. In selecting the common tunes for the First 
Port we have had regard to qualil)j, tit than qiuintiiy, — believing that a multiplicity of them tends rather to confuse than assist the K ad« r 
of singing; and that frequently in altering to learn too many tunes, few are learned so thoroughly, that they can be properly applied to other 
words than those set to the music. 

5th. The publishers by stereotypin je work have determined that the music in this collection shall remain subject to no change except 
the addition of times and correction o( stakes which may possibly occur. 

6th. It is believed that there is in collection a larger proportion of music which has never before been published, than has been inserted 
in any other compilation of the kind n in use. 

In the selection of the Tunes, it hi een our object to accommodate the whole to the wants not only of the city, but of the countrv in 
general. Whether the selection and mgements be judicious or not, the public must decide. The great labor of preparing the work in its 
oresent form, and the liabilitv to hav( pographical errors escape the eye, owing to the multiplicity of notef; must be obvious to every one 



IV PREFACE I 

Tunes that have long been treated as public property, and harmonized differently by diSerent opilers, and even by the 8ame compilers, 
nave been published in the form in which we thought they had by long practice become most fdiar to the public, — and we would gladly 
give credit to every individual who claims the harmony, we have quoted, if we knew positivelyiere it was due. We perfectly agree in 
regard to the alteration of correct familiar tunes, with a celebrated European musician, when he is, " That the alteration of a single note 
even in the Base, in a tune made familiar to the ear and memory, by long practice, will instantlisturb, if not dissipate the devotion of a 
whole choir, and congregation." And experience has taught us, that in common choirs, without organ, it requires more labor to unlearn 
one such note, and substitute another, than to learn an entire new tune. 

The Editor with pleasure acknowledges his obligations to Messrs. Hansen, Heinrich, Zeuner , "ibb and Paddon, — Professors of Music in 
Boston, for their contributions to these pages; for these compositions and others heretofore presed by these gentlemen to the American 
public, the friends of Music cannot but feel grateful. 

The Music in the Second PaH is generally presented as written by the authors themselves. In a^r instances words have been changed for 
the purpose of making them useful, and appropriate on particular occasions. 

Chants have been omitted in this work; not because we do not admire this species of music, bwecause we know that almost every book 
puh'ished of late, has contained more or less of them. If, however, other editions of this volume shd be called for, the public may expect an 
additional part of this species of Music. 

It is our hope, that the arrangement of rudiments and tunes, and the selection and style of the Mc, will give the volume a place among the 
many valuable works already published. We also trust that it will assist in exciting an interest iihe pleasing and important part of public 
worship, f)r which it is designed; and be instrumental in preparing many to continue this revealednployment of singing praises to God and 
the Lamb in heaven. 

Boston, May, 1832. 

NOTICE TO THE FOURTH EDITION. 



The Editor and Publishers in presenting to the public the fourth edition of this book, cannot but acknowledge that theiighcst expectations have been more than realized 
in the sale of former editions : and they are therefore encouraged to make additional exertions, in order that the work r be worthy a continuation of public patronage. — 
As it is a well known fact that most of the time devoted to Sacred Music, and the expense incurred for it, is sustained the Christian part of the community, it was our 
original design and promise, that all consistent measures should be taken to render the book pleasing and useful, with as le expense to choirs as possible. We have there- 
fore presented the several editions in so similar a form that they may be used together without any inconvenience. Than scarcely be said of any other books of Sacred 
Music. Although former editions contained as great a variety of metres as were generally found, still on more particularamination of Hymn Books, used by the different 
denominations of Christians, in public worship, it was observed that there was a deficiency of tunes adapted to the hymtf peculiar metres. Therefore a Supplement has 
been carefully prepared, containing between forty and fi<ly pages, which will be found to contain tunes fitted to every ire of sacred poetry in the books used in different 
churches. Many of the tunes are original or have never before been published, and are all such as we have great confide in believing will be pleasing and devotional. — 
Great pains have been taken in the whole work, but particularly in the Supplement, to apply such words to the music are peculiarly adapted not only to public, but to 
social worship, and an Index of the subjects of the words is placed in the work. 

To fulfil our promise that those who purchased the first edition should not be obliged to purchase a new book, a suffint number of copies of the Supplement will be 
printed and sold in a pamphlet form, to supply those who have the former editions, (and no more.) — We therefore prat this edition — with additional confidence in its 
meeting with a grateful reception by the lovers of Sacred Music ; and if our labor in preparing it shall in any measureomote the cause of harmony of feeling or votce, 
we shall be satisfied. Boston, Sept. 1, 1833. 



INTRODUCTORY RULES. 



I shall first give i definition of certain words used in JNIusir, that th?y may be understood when they occur in these 
introductory rules. On account ofdilferent words being used by diflerent authors, and sometimes by the same authors, 
to convey the same meaning, it seems to be necessary that every compiler should gi\e information what he means 
bv the terms he uses. 



Staff, — Five parallel lines. 

JS'ile.i, — Characters written on the Staff, to represent sound. 

Toiif, — The distance from one note to the next, above or below, 
sometimes implies quality ot' voice, as good and bad tone. 

IV'aole Tone, — The greatest distance from one note to another. 

Snm-Ton(, — Half the distance of a Tone. 

Pitch, — Implies the degree of depth, or height of a sound. 

Ortare or Ki^hJh, — 1« eight successive notes either rising or falling. 

Time, — Implies the duration of a single sound, or a succession of 
any number of sounds 

Interval, — Is the distance, reckoned either by tones or semitones, 
from any given note to another. 

Unison, — Two notes on the same letter and pitch sounded at the 
same time. 

ConioiMnts, — Are notes situated on different parts of the octave, 
which when sounded tigefher, are pleasing to the ear. 

Dif.^onants, — The reverse of Consonants. 

Mtlodij, — Is the succession of sounds on the Staff, so as to make a 
Tune. 

Part, — Includes the notes, &c. written on a Staff. 

Harmony, — Is the combination of different parts. 

Diatonic, — Scale, regular rising or falling of the Octave. 

Chromatic, — The Octave rising or falling by Semi-tones. 



I Air, — Is the leading or governing part of Harmony, sometimes 
I called Melody or Soprano. 

Transposition, — Is the removal otthe notes of a part or tune higher 
or lower on the Staff. 

Gamut, — Shows the situation of notes and letters on the Staff 

Rest, — Is a character valued in time, but not in sound. 

Key note, — Is a note which determines the spirit of the tune. 

Mode, — Is applied to time and Kfv. 

Intonation, — Is the making sounds correct, and correct interval.*. 

Solfngio or Solfaing, — Is the a|)plicatioii of certain syllables to 
notes in singing. 

Governinrr .Ynte, — One from which all others are reckonea 

Base, — The lowest male voice. 

Tenor, — Medium, male voice. 

Treble, — Highest female voice. 

2d Treble, — Lowest female, or highest male voice. 

Strain, — A line or sentence of a piece of Music. 

Solo, — A single part. 

Duet, — Two parts. 

Trio, — Three parts. 

Rouiul, — Two or more voices commencing a word or line aflcr each 
other, and following at the same distance. 

Tonic, — Applied to the Major and 3Iinor Key. 



WITH A CONCISE EXPLANATION. 



Staff. 

(]¥o. 1.) 
sol la fa sol la MI fa sol la fa sol i Semibrcve. 



* re mi (a sol la SI do re mi fa sol 

Lines aiid Spaces on which Music is 



written. 



Pronounced — rae, mee, fa, sol, la, see, doe. 



Minims 



Longest note 
used in Music. 



Half the length of 

the Semibreve, 

2 



Notes. 

( No. 3. ) 

Crotchets, i Quarers. 



Semiqaavers. 




Half the length 
of the Minim. 

4 



Half the length 
of the Crotchet. 

8 



Halfthe length of 
the Quaver. 

16 



DeknisemiqnaTcrs. 



Half the length of 

the Semiquaver. 

3S 



CHARACTERS and IXODES OF TIITIE. 



COMMON TIME. 



( IVo. 3. ) ( ]¥o. 4. ) 

Bars. Doable Bar.r Brace. 



Dinde the notes 
of a tune into 
equal ni'Jisures. 



pi(l 



I 



Divides lines 
and senten- 
ces. 



Connects the 
parts sung at the 
same time. 



( I¥o. 5. ) 

Leger Lines. 



* 

Added when notes 
are out of the lim- 
its of the staff. 



( ]¥o. 6. ) 

Clefs. 



Clefs are used to dis- 
tinguish one part from 
another. 



(Wo. 7.) 

1st Mode. 



2d Mode. 



Sign 



-O- 



-^^r-^H 



T 



HZ 



T 



^- 



Measure. 
4 Beats in a Bar. 



Sign. 



O— 



^-1 



Measure. 
2 Beats in a Bar. 



TRIPLE TIME. 



3d Mode. 



_-.>. 



;-r©r 



sign. I Measure. 



2 Beats. 



1st Mode. 



2d Mode. 



3d Mode. 




Measure. I SignJ Measure. 
3 Beats in a Bar, 



Measure. 



COMPOUND TIME. 



1st Mode. 



(]¥o. 8.) 

2d Mode. i Close. 



be-^»^tSi^T^. 



:r: 

SignJ 




^^^-'r- 



Mea.sure. I Sign 
2 Beats in a Bar. 



e^pi 

I SiffnJ Measure, 



I — r 



I 1.9 placed where 
the tune eiids. 



Plato II. Ot€A^10I%AL CIIAK\ni:KS. 



»ii 



8cmibr«TC. 


(IVo. 9. 

Minim. 


Crotchet. 


Quaver. 


Srmiqaaver. 


Dcmiacmiquavcr. 


(A». 10. , 

liar Iti »l. 


\o. II. 

Shiti p. 


\o. la. 

riiit. 


) (:\'o. 13.) 

Niitui III. 














! 


i^ 








^ 


r' 


•1 


-] 


1 




ff 


b 


h 


^ 




1 


1 


H 


«M 


^ 






M 










1 


•1 










In the division of Uie time by bare, Rests have tlie same valuA, aa the notes they 
represent 


Fills a riifn.H- 
urcjniillriiodef 
of time. 


Placed liefore 
n nolf mises it 
half a tune. 


Lowers a 
note half a 
tone 


R«'Htnrf<t a nolo 
that liiifl U'fore 
U'en flatted or 
MiaqK'<l. 



(IVo. 14.) 

Marks of Addition. 



(IVo. la.) 






nO- 



^ 



F 



-^r- 



Doia placed after notes add one lialf to tJieir original length 



il>.. itOtS. 



:^-^: 



ipizzr: 



Add three fourths. 



MarkN of Diniiniilion. 

-3 . t; 



( .\o. 16. ) 

PllIlM'. 




Fignres 3 and G placed over tlie 
same niiinU-r of notes, reduce .'{ 
to the time of 2 of the same kind. 



Pn!<()en8ion of time 
and prolongation o. 
8r>iind. 



(IVo. ir.) 

Marks of Distinctioa. 

_J t t 



r 



Notes under them to be 
■ounded sliort and with en- 
ergy. 



(IVo. 18.) 

Repeat. 



1 



Placed at the begin- 
ning and end of the mu- 
sic to be sung twice. 



(IVo. 19.) 

Double Ending. 



(IVo. 20. ) 

Slurs. 



iO- 



-^ 






T-r-r 



-o- 



-&- 



Note under 1, to be sung before re- 
peating ; under 2 at repeating. 



Connect notes tliat ore sung at one word or sj liable. 



(IVo. 21.) 

Choice Notes. 



(IVo. 22.) 

Leading Notes. 



I^ 



? 



Either or all m«y 
be sung at the same 
tim«. 



-©- 



-^ITE 



JZl 



Small notes that take 
their time from the fol- 
lowing note. 



(IVo. 23.) 

After Notes. 



H^ 



31J 



xzi: 



Take their time from 
the preceding note. 



( IVo. 24. ) 

Syncopation. 



( IVo. 2.1. ) 

Swell. IncrenM'. Diminikh. 



•<©- 



^ 



==E3 



-=-± 



Note commencing on Their form shews tJie manner of sounding notes, and ex- 
the unaccented part of i pressing sentences, 
the bar. I 



Plate m. GAMUTS. SIGIVATURES and EXPIiAIVATORY SCAXES 



^o. 36. 



A- 

E 
D- 



Treble Gamnt. 

-1st Leger above. 

1st Space above. 

-5th Line 



4th Space. 
-4tli Line. — 



C 3d 

B .-fJ 

A 2d 

G 2rt 

F 1st 



n 

C- 



Space. 
Line. — 
Space. 
Line. — 
'^pace. 



-Ist Line.- 
Ist Space below. 
-Jst Leger below. 



Bass Gamut. 

C 1st Leger above. 

B Ist Space above. 
-A 5th Line. 

G 4th Space. 
-F 4lh Line. 

E 3d Space. 
-D 3d Line. 

C 2d Space. 
-B 2d Line. 

A Ist Space. 
-G 1st Line. 



IVo. 97. 

Names of the Notes on the Staff for the G and F Clef, when the different 
Signatures are applied. 

ff## 



1st Space below. 
-1st Leger below. 



Treble or G 
Clef. 

— -fa — do— 

MI SI 
— ;„ la— 

sol aoi 
_-/a fa_ 

lit mi 
— sol re — 

fa do 
-MI — Si- 
Bass Clef, 

### or 

bbbb 



MI — SI— 
la la 
— sol — sol — 
/a fa 
■la — mi — 
sol re 
-do— 
SI 
-la— 
sol 



— /a- 
MI 

— /a- 
sol 



bb 



bbbbi 


^1// 


SI 


— la— 


-la— 


sol 


sol 


—far- 


-fa— 


la 


mi 


— sol 


-re- 


fa 


do 


-Ml— 


-SI— 


la 


la 


— sol — sol — 1- 


fa. 


fa 


^ 





bb 


la 


la 


—sol- 


-sol- 


fa 


fa 


— la- 


—mi — 


sol 


re 


—fa- 


-do— 


MI 


SI 


— la- 


-la— 


sol 


sol 


—fa fa— 1 


7«« 


mi 


^ 


# 



^ 



sol sol 

—fa fa- 

la mi 

— sol re — 

fa do 

MI SI— 

la la 

-sol — sol — 

fa fa 

— la — mi — 

sol re 



bb 



fa 



sol 
~-la mi- 
mi re 
_/, — do— 
MI SI 

~la la- 

sol sol 

— la. fa— 

la mi 
!ot re — 



-bbb 


la 


mi 


— 30l 


—re — 


fa 


do 


-MI— 


-SI— 


la 


la 


— sol — 


-sol- 


fa 


fa 


— la— 


-mi — 


sol 


re 


—fa— 


-do — 


MI 


SI 


^ 





]%o. 28. 

Signatures. 

is on B when there are neither Flati 
or Sharps. 



If B be t7 



MI or SI is ■ 



B & E ■ 
B E & A - 
B E A & D ■ 



If F be 4J; MI or SI is • 



on E 
- on A 



on D 
on e 



on F 



F&C onC 



F C & G 



on G 



FCG&D onD 



Scales to explain Semitones, Relative sitii.ition 



Effects of Flats, Sharps, &c. 



Wo. 29. 



-2d Leger D 



I¥o. 30. 




Base Staff di- 
vided into Semi- 
tones 



Relative situ- 
ation of the F 
and G Clef. 



Treble and Ten- 
or Staff divided 
into Semitones 



Scale of reference to 
shew the effect of Flats 
and Sharps. I¥o. 32. 



Names of the several in- 
tervals in an octave above 
and below B. ]¥o. 33. 



Technical appellations to the sev- 
eral distances from the Major and 
?' nor Tonic in the Diatonic Srile 



I*lat(> IV. The liiovci'iiini; .\ot(>, llajor and Minor Tonic, hh removed !>> Flats and Miarpw. 



c (III. q 

-F fa fU 

E . Id mi 



-D sol — re- 



Mnjor C . fa do 
H — jV//or Si- 



Minor A 
— G- 



la . la . 
-sol — sol 



tf ?f 



E 

-iV- 



E 



C . 



. A 



'S 



F . fa . fa 
-E la — ini- 



-Major — G- 
.V/orSIF 



-Minor — E- 



-Major— T)- 
MI or SI C 



•Minor — 15- 



bb 



-Major — F- 
MI or SI E 



■Minor— D- 
'. ". ". C 



E 
-D- 



-G- 
F 

-E- 



B 

A 



-G- 



Major F 
jWor SI E- 



F 



^ ^ ^ ..- b b b b 

F 



^I'^ir -t b b b 
r 



i: . 

. i: 

—I) — 

c o 

c 

-B — 



n 



Major . E . . . 
,V/or SI IJE Major . 
—I) Ml or SI 
C . . . . 
C Minor . 
-13 



Minor 



Major . B . . . . 
MI or SI A . I Major A 

]\Iinor SI G A Major 

-Minor — G G jMI or SI 



Minor F 



F Mil 



. B 

A . 

G A 

— G- 



E 



-Major E- 



F 



Minor SIDE Major 



, I.nton. Soiittd without articulation. 

b.-b o z-icz:: 






£!Kani|>los of Frror^ in 8in;;^in?. 

Brentford. — Consonants misplatcd. 



3 



aF 



p- - 



m 



P»'tPrboro'. — Improprr afUr note*. 

TU '^r-r — I - r-— I 



^^33^. 



VVithallmypow'rsofhcartand tongue. 
With all my pow'rs of heart and tongue. 



Bu - rie - din sha - dowsof the nijrh 
Bu - ried in shadows of the night 



two &c. Once more my aoul the ri • i - ai - ing day 
We «Scc. Once more my soul tlie ri - - ring day 



Lnton. \st. Line. Double accent 




tIo-o - re-e-e 
glo - - ry 

Meridcn. Forced accerith}/^ tlu sitvntion of notes.' 



my-e 
thy 

rvtln 

:& 



With aw-all my pow-ours of bea-art and tu-on^.je 
With all my pow • 'rs of heart and loii./'jt 



Vxhridsf.— ■Notes and syllablts dividitt into eovplets. 




Oh for the eye of faith di 
'Words of ana to 



A 
At 



tanchor - Kidre - motcfrom • home - - Toi - - lingl crysw- ct npir - it oorn* 

anchor laid, p; - mole from home, Toi - hng, I cr^-, sweet spir • it 



PJLATE V. 



EXERCISES FOR THE VOICE, AND BEATING TIME 
Major. 1st. 2d> 

O O OOP _ O- O O 




K 



13. 

ffrr ffrr ff rr ffrr 



14. 



ffrr f frr ffrr 



SE?Ff^E: 



-9'~r r~\ — 



^^ 



szTo: 



-p-»-tt- 



I r 



"r" 



iszzncizizszQ 



'I r 



T~T 



I± 



f r 



f r 



-p-»H-^p-p-FFr 



I — ^ — I ! ! ! "1 — \ — I"! I ! ! ir 



f r 



f r 



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Tl/8 school may be divided into two divisions, each taking the part most convenient for their respective voices, and proceed together, beating the time and sounding tlie 
note? J an the staff he commences with. Eitlier of the bars of the 13th or 14th Lesson may be taken to commence an octave on some convenient pitch, keeping the same 
nanlier of notes each degree rising and falling. 

N. B f— /or the falling, and r — for the rising leat, m where to take breath. 



Parlinilar llxplaiiatioii oT llir < liaractcrM in l*Ia(<- I. 



XI 



I\o. I. Stall. 

Qti'stion. What arc musical characters written upon ? Jliiswer. 1 
Five lines and lour spaces, called a Stall'. 

Q. What is the use ol" these lines and spaces ? ^. They de- 
termine the pitch of sound, or notes, by their situation on the 
Stafi: 

]%o. '2. .\otes. 

Q. 1 Tow many kinds of Notes are there ? A. Six. 

Q. What arc they called ? .^. Scmibreve, INIinim, Crotchet, 
Quaver, Semiquaver, and Demiscmiquaver. 

Q. Which is sounded the longest ? ^. A Semibreve. 

Q. How manv ^linims is a Semibreve equal to ? A. Two. 

Q. Is the relative proportion the same between each note, in the 
order they are mentioned ? A. It is — 2 Minims, or t Crotchc>s, or 
8 Quavers, or 16 Semiquavers, or 32 Demisemiquavers, being equal 
in value to one Semibreve. 

Q. What is meant by value .' A. The duration of time the note 
is sounded. 

Q. How is its length known ? A. By its form. 

Q. What Letters arc applied to the Octave .' A. The first seven 
of the alphabet, A, B, Stc. 

Q. What is the use of these Letters ? A. In vocal mu.«ic they 
are used as references, in regard to the pitch of notes, thev being 
always on the same lines and spaces. For players on Instruments, 
they direct to holes, strings or keys to be used. 

:\o. 3. «ars. 

Q. How many kinds of Bars are there ? A. Two ; Single and 
Double. 

Q. What is a Bar .•' A. Perpendicular lines drawn throuffh the 
Statr. ^ ^ 

Q. What is the use of a Single Bar .' A. It divides the notes of 
a tune into equal Measures. 

Q What is Measure ? A. It is the division of notes or rests of 



dilFerent value, so that the space between every two bars shall contaio 
an ecpial value to some given note, which is culled a .Mtanurr tuiii-. 

Q. What is the use of a Thick or Double Bar r A. It is placed 
at the end of a line of Poetry, anfl of a Sentences in Prose. 

\o. 1. lJra<T. 

Q. Where is a Brace placed .' A. At the beginning of a tunc, 
connecting the parts sung at the same time. 

Q. How many parts arc generally connected in Psalm Tunes ? 
A. Four. — Base, Trel)le, Second Treble, and Tenor, placed in the 
forejjoing order, bcirinnind at the lowest. 

^'o. a. Ijvsivr lAnvf*. 

Q. For what purpose arc Legcr J>ine6 u.sed r A. To prr-scrvf 
the order and distances of notes placed out of the compass of the Stail', 
their distances above and below being the same as the lines of tlic 
Statr. 

Clefs. 

Q. What is the use of a Clef? A. Clefs, placed at the begin- 
ning of a tune, are used to distinguish one part from another. 

Q. How many kinds of Clefs are used in Psalmody .' A. Two 

Q. What are they called ? A. Base and Treble, or F and t» 
Clef 

Q. Why termed F and G .' A. Because they are placed on 
those letters. Treble voices sound a note on a given line an octive 
higher, than a Tenor voice, and thus the harmony is arranged. 

Q. Are these Clefs stationary ? A. They arc. 

Q. Do you find any other Clefs used in Music ? A. The C 
Clef was formerly used for tlie Alto, — and is now frequently uscv in 
secular music, in the body of tunes, where the notes used would go 
far out of the compass of the StatT. 

Q. Why is it then used ? A. Because by removing the Clef, 
or placing it above or below its usual place C, it carries the whole body 
of the notes on the Staff along with it, for instance; several notfs in 
the Base are placed on C, D, E, which would be above the Staff on 



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the first and second leger line — by introducing the G Clef, it would 
place the same notes and pitch on the 3d space, 4th line, and 4th 
space; and this principle may explain the F Clef being used tor voices 
on a low pitch, that notes within tiie compass of the voice may be 
brought within the compass of the Staff; that is, a note on the first 
space in the Bass would with a G Clef, be on the 2d leger below the 
Staff. 

IVo. 7. Iflodes of TiBise. 

Q. 'Wliat is the use of Modes of Time ? A. They denote the 
value of the notes between the Bars; the time or movement of the 
tune, and the method of regulating the time, and accent. 

Q. How many kinds of Time ? A. Three. — Common, Triple, 
and Compound. 

Q. How are they measured ? Jl. Common by even numbers. 
Triple bv odd numbers, having three notes to fill a bar, and three beats 
in a bar. Compound Time is so called, because it partakes of the 
Common and Triple, having even beats to a bar, but odd notes to a beat. 

Q. How many ]Modes of Common Time ? A Three. 

Q. What are the Characters used to designate them ? Jl. 1st, 
C; 'Jd, C with a bar through it; 3d, the figures |. 

Q. What is the INIeasure Note, or value of notes, between the 
bars in Common Time .' A. Two first a Semibreve, the third 
a Minim. 



Q. What is tiiC [Measure Note in each Mode ? Jl. 1st, dotted 
Semibreve; 2d, dotted Mmiiv;; 3d, dotted Crotchet. 

Q. How many Beats in a Bar .-' 1st, four; 2d and 3d but two. 

Q. What do you understand by the Figures wnicii are used to 
represent Modes of Time ? A. The lower figure shows how many 
parts the Semibreve is divided into, and the upper one how many of 
those parts fill a Bar, that is f 4 Crotchets are equal to a Semibreve, 
and 2 of the same fill the Bar. 



Q. How many Modes of Triple Time 



I. Three: 1st, |; 2d, 

3 . Qrl 3 

Q. How do you know the two Modes of Compound Time ? A. By 

the figures | and |^. 

Q. What is the measure notes in these two Modes ? A. 1st, 
a dotted Semibreve; 2d, a dotted IMinim. 

Q. What are the motions of the hand in keeping time where there 
are four beats ? A. 1st, tiie ends of the fingers rested; 2d, the whole 
hand; 3d, hand raised to the ends of the fingers; 4th, the whole hand 
raised. (See Plate No. V.) 

IVo. 8. Close. 

Q. Does a tune always end where the Close is placed ? A. Not 
always; the letters D. C. or Da Capo, or some other directions may 
be given at the close, to repeat and end with some other strain of the 
tune Rounds, end where a hold or pause is placed over the notes. 



OCCASIONAL. CHARACTERS. Plate II. 



Q. Rests are characters which bear the same proportion in the 
time as the notes they represent, and are always useJ to fill the Bars 
of those parts that are occasionally silent, in the performance of atune. 

Q. ^Vhat Rest fills a Bar in all Modes of Time ? A. The 
Semibreve Rest is called the Bar Rest. 

IVo. lO, 11, 1*2. §harp, Flat, & IVatiiral. 

Q. What is the use of a Sharp } A. ^Vhen set before a note 
raises it a semitone. 



Q. What effect has a Flat ? A. Set before a note lowers it a 
semitone. 

Q. How far does a Flat or Sharp have influence when set before 
a note ? A. On the notes which follow in the same bar, on the same 
line or space. 

Q. What their effect, and what are they called, when placed at the 
beginning of a tune ? A. They are called the Signature, and have 
effect on all the notes on the line or space on which they are placed, 
through the tune. 

Q. Have they any other effect ? A. Yes, they remove the Mi 



or SI, one of which is the governing note in Music, according to tlic 
syllables made use of by tiu- learner — See NO. i. I'liitc 1. 

Q. Where do you lind the governinj; lutte in tlie severul Signa- 
tures ? A. Where there are neither Fiats nor Sliar|)S .W/ or SI is 
on B. If B be I'lat Ml or SI is on E, kc. (See Plate III. i\o. 2G.) 

Q. Where, in the Octave, are Flats and Sharps introduced ? A. 
The Sharp on the upper, and tiic F'lat on the lower note of a semitone. 

Q. Why ? •4. Because if you reverse it, the cider destroys the 
interval, by running two notes into one, and leaving an interval of 
three semitones, either above or below it. 

Q. What is the use of tiie Natural ? »'?. It restores a note made 
flat or sliarp to its oiiginal sound. 

rVo. 14, 15, 16. :nark«« of'Addifion, &:v. 

Q. What is a mark of Addition .' .-3. A Dot or Period. 

Q. How much does a Dot add to a note or rest .'' A. One half 
its original length. 

Q. )Vhat is a dotted Scmibreve equal to .' A. Three INIinims. 

Q. How much does a double dot add to a note. Ji. Tlirce fourths 
to its original vidue. 

Q. W'liat is the mark and use of the character that diminishes the 
time of notes ? Ji. Figures 3 or >'\ placed over as many notes reduces 
three notes to the time of two, and si.\ notes to the time of four. 

I¥o.l7,lS,l9,^W>. nioiro\otes,PauNe,Nta(€ato,A:c. 

Q. How are notes sung which have a Staccato Mark placed over 
them ? .2. Distinctly — making the note shorter than the usual time, 
and a short rest after, to make up tlic time. 

Q. What the use of a Hold ? .'?. It gives liberty to the performer 
to protract the sound of the note beyond its usual length. 

Q. Docs the hand continue its motion while the sotmd is pro- 
tracted ? A. No — the motion is suspended, or the hand rests for the 
voice ; but Staccato'd notes niiiy be made shorter than their true 
time, and a rest substituted for sound, while the time is kept regular. 

Q. What is the use of a Hold in music called Rounds ? ji. It 
shews where the parts end together. 



Q. Arc there any notes in Psalm tunes which performers take the 
liberty to make a Hold, when the mark i.s not placed over tlie note r 
A. Yes, the last note to each line of the poetry. 

Q. Are there any exceptions ? Ji. Where a rest follows tlie 
last note in a line, and where the sense forbids it. 

Q. Where is a Repeat placed .' A. At both end.s of tiie part of 
a tunc to be sung twice. 

Ifo. t>l, ^i"*. ilo:il>l(> i:iiiliii;; and S\nv. 

Q. Wliat is a Double Ending f A. Figures 1 and 2, placed over 
the last notes of a tunc that repeats. 

Q. How are they sung ? A. The note ornotes under figure I, are 
sung before repeating, and those under figure 2, at repeating, omitin^ 
the note under the figure 1, unless connected by a slur, — wlien both 
are sung the last time. 

Q. What i.s the use of a Slur .' A. It connects notes which arc 
to be sung at one word or syllable. 

Q. Is there a.ny other method of connecting notes ? A. A straight 
mark connecting the feet or stems of the notes, answers the same 
purpose. 

Q. How are notes performed connected by a Slur, which stand 
on the same line or space ? A. As one note. 

I\o. 2:{, 24, 3.1. I oriiiation ol' >>oiiiidf>i. 

Q. What do you understand by the Swell, &c. A. Their forms 
represent the manner in which the notes under them, should be sound- 
ed; the Swell being proper for all notes of any considerable length. 

Q. On what |)art of a bar is an Appogiaturc placed ? A. The 
Appogiature on the accented part, and the After Note on the unac- 
cented. 

Q. What proportion of time do they occupy .' A. They borrow 
their time from the note to which they are connected, and are divided 
between the two at the pleasure nf the performer. 

Q. What do you understand by Syncopation ? A. It is when 
notes in a bar are so situated, that a note commences on the unac- 
cented, and ends on the regular accented part of it. 



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Q. What is a Trill ? <A. It is the making of a note many shorter 
ones on the same line or space, and the next above or below. It is 
classed among the graces in musick — unnecessary in psalmody, not 
easily executed so as to be graceful, nor described or taught but by 
example. 

T^®. 26. Watiiral oa* Biatoailc Scale. 

Q. What do you understand by the Diatonic Scale ? Jl. It is a 
succession of sounds, which nature seems to have produced. 

Q. Are the seven notes at equal distances one from another, 
in the progress of rising and falling tlie octave ? Ji. Two of the seven 
are but half the distance, of the other five. (See Scale of Reference 
Plate III. No. 30.) 

Q. What are the distances called .'' A. Semitones. 

Q. Wiiat letters are applied to these notes ? Ji. The first seven 
of the alphabet. 

Q. In solmization or solfaing, what words or syllables are used ? 
.3.. Formerly the following syllables were applied to the seven letters, 
fa, sol, la, fa, sol, la, mi ; but the modern and more convenient 
method is by applying the syllables do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si; pro- 
nounced doe, rae, mee, faw, sole, law, see. 

Q. W^hy the better method ? Jl. Because a different syllable 
is applied to each of the seven notes, so that from any given letter 
or syllable, above or below, when the same letter or syllable occurs 
again, another octave is known to commence. 

Q. Are the Letters always on the same lines and spaces in each 
part .' Ji. Tliey are, — although by the application of a flat or sharp, 
v/e say the letter is raised or flatted a semitone; but the letter remains 
stationary, while the pitch of the note only on the line or space with 
it is removed. 

Q. In solfaing, are the same syllables always applied to the same 
lines and spaces ? A. They are not, but are removed on the stafl 
by flats and sharps, called the signature, placed at the beginning of a 
tune. 

Q. Do these syllables always stand in the same relative situation ? 
Jl. Always — The signature removing the governing note, all the 
notes in the octave follow it. 



Q Which is the governing note A. MI or SI. 

Q. When there are neither flats nor sharps at the beginning of 
a tune, where is the governing note. Jl. (Sec Scale Plate III, 
No. 28.) 

Q. What are the names of the notes above the governing note ? 
.5. Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la — or (fa, sol, la, fa, sol, la.) 

Q. What below ? Jl. The same syllables reversed, la, sol, &.c. 

Q. Where are the Semi or half tones found ? A Between the 
letters B, C, and E, F. (Plate IV.) 

Q. Are they always found between these letters ? Jl. They are 
not, but are liable to be removed by Flats and Sharps, to any other 
letters. 

Q. On what letter does the octave in the Major Scale commence ? 
A. On C. (Plate V.) 

Q. Where in the Minor ? A. On A. 

Q. In rising an octave, are the letters permitted to remain natural? 
A. All in the Major, but in the Minor the 6th and 7th are raised a 
semitone ascending, but descending assume their original tones and 
names. (See Plate V. No. 10.) 

Q. Are the names of the notes changed in any instance ? A. 
The notes that are raised in the Minor Scale are usually called Fi 
and Si. 

Q. Why ? A. Because in using those syllables the right tone 
is more readily produced than by calling them their usual names. 

Q. If there are but seven letters used, how do they form an eighth 
or octave ? A. By adding the first note of the next octave; that is, 
when passing to any extent above or below any given note, eveiy 
eighth note is the same as the first — therefore when we have sounded 
seven notes we have made all the difierent notes, and when the eighth 
is sounded, it is rather the commencement of another octave, than 
the conclusion of the first. 

Q. How do you count 
given note or Tonic, count 
including also the last note. 

Q. What is the distance from a line to a space, or a space to a 
line ? A. A Second. 

Q. What is a Second called ? A. The Super-tonic, from its 
being ne.xt above the Tonic. (See Plate III. No. 34.) 



distances or degrees ? A. From any 
that and the lines and spaces between, 



Q. How do you know the other distances, and what are they 
caUfd ? .i. From one Inif or spacr on winch the Tunic's lound, 
to tlie next, is a Tliird, called Mediant. 

Q. Is this an important interval? ..i. It is; because on it 
depends the nature of the mode, reckoning from the Major or Minor 
Tonic. 

Q. Repeat the other distances in the Octave from any given Tonic. 
Ji. From a line to second space, or space to second line, is a 
Fourth, called the Subdoniinant. From line to third line, or space 
to third space, is a Fifth, called the Dominant. From line to third 
space, or space to third line, is a Sixth, called the Subniediant. 
from line to fourth line, or space to fourth space, is a Seventh, 
called tiie Subtoiiic or Leading Note. (See Plate III. No. 34.) 

Q. Why is the Sixth and Seventh, in the jNIinor 3Iode or Key, 
sharped .' .^. The seventh is the leading note to the octave, and 
requires but a semitone between them; the seventh being sharp'd, 
leaves three semitones between the sixth and seventh, which is not 
admissible ; therefore the sixth is only raised a semitone, which before 
being rais'd, was but a semitone from the oth. 

Q, Are all the thirds, fifths, Ike. at equal distances ? A. They 
are not — a third tliat includes a semitone as from A to C, is called a 
Minor or lesser third, — including but one whole tone, and one 
semitone, while from C to E, are two whole tones, which is called a 
Major, and so with other distances — the .'Id, .5th, 6th, &.c. that contain 
tlie greatest number of semitones are called Major, or sharp, or greater. 
Of pert'ect; and the less number, Minor, or Flat. (Plate III. No. 3.3.) 

Q. What are we to understand by the IMajor and INIinor Tonic or 
Key, and how are they known ? .*?. By the last note in the Base, 
if it is below »W or SI it is 3Iinor, if above, it is ^Nlajor. 

Q. What makes the difference .' .3. It is because the first third 
above the last note in the -Minor Tonic, contains one semitone less, 
than when it ends above MI or SI — and these Tonics or thirds being 
a key to the harmony of the whole tune or strain, the spirit or charac- 
ter of the music is influenced tb'^rebv. 

Q. Where do the Semitones occur in the Elinor Scale ? .3. Be- 
tween the 2d and 3d, and .5th and 6th. from .)// or SI. 

Q. Where in the [Major ? .i. Between the 3d and 4th, and 7th 
and 8th, troni MI or SI 



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Q. IIow many Semitones are there in an Octave ? »?. Thirteen. 

Q. IIow can that be, when ue cay an octave contuiiiH but five 
whole, and two half tones ? Ji. When we speak of intervals or 
semitones from one given note to another, we reckon those btttreen; 
but when speaking of notes, tones, or semitones, contnintd in any given 
distance; we count the first given Hound one, and the next i;otf two, 
&.C. whereas between those notes there is but one interval. 

Q. IIow are intermediate Botes in an octave count<d .' A. The 
intermediate note is reckoned in the distance, both from the upper 
and lower note. Sec Octave from C to C. (Plate III. No. 32.) 

Q. Supposing a note placed a fourth above the Tonic, wliat would 
be the distance from that to the octave above .' A. A Fifth. 

Q. Are other di-^tances reckoned in the same manner ? A. They 
are, so that the two distances from any given note to the last notes in 
the eighth or octave, make nine, the same principle is observed iu 
counting other distances. 

Cliroiiiatic Scale, or llie StaH' Seiiii(one!)«. 

Q. How is the StafTdivided? JI. Into semi orhalf tones. See N'. 23. 

Q. What Scale does this form ? A. The Chromatic Scab-. 

Q. Of what use is this Scale .' A. Its principal use is, that each 
Semitone may forma Tonic, and retain the natural scale entire. 

Q. By what means is this elTected ? A. By the introducti'm of 
flats or sharps — by which the Ml, or governing note, maybe removed 
to any place on the Staff, and the whole scale with it; differing otAy 
in tone or pitch. (See Plaic VI.) 

Q. By what number of degrees are the sharps introduced ? A. Bjr 
fifths from the MI, counting upwards, and fourths counting downwards. 

Q. Why is F tlie first letter that is sharped .' Ji. Because by- 
sharping or raising this letter one semitone it gives place to the gov- 
erning note MI or SI, and thus the scale becomes perfect, F being 
five degrees above the natural MI or SI. 

Q. What is the next letter to be sharped ? A. C. 

Q. Why } .1. Because this is the first fifth above the l<T-t Ml 
or SI. it then becomes ..Wor SI, and again the scale is perfect, and 
thus through the whole of the introduction of sharps — retaining the 
sharp on every preceding letter. 



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Q. How are the flats regularly introduced ? vi. By fourths 
counting upwards, and by fifths counting downwards. 

Q. WTiy is B the first letter flatted? A. Because it is five 
degrees below F, which is to be considered as SI or .Win the intro- 
duction of flats and sharps. F sharp taking the place of SI or MI in 
sharps, and E a semitone below F natural, taking the place of SI or 
MI in the introduction of flats, — thus every fourth becomes MI or 
SI, in flats, and MI or SI, is flatted at every regular introduction, and 
the next fourth up or fifth down becomes SI or MI. 

Q. What is the difference between a tune with four flats and 
three sharps, or four sharps and three flats, the names of the notes 
being the same .' Ji. The pitch and every note of the tune with flats 
is a semitone lower, than the one with sharps. (See Plate IV.) 

Q. Why ? A Because four of the seven letters being flatted 
in one signature, and the three remaining left natural, in the next, 
being sharped in the other, makes the difl^erence of a semitone in the 
whole. 

Accidental Flats or Sharps in Solmization. 

Q. Wliere accidental Flats or Sharps occur, do the notes retain 
their names ? ^. In order to produce correct intonation or sound 



so essential to good singing, it is necessary to change the syllables 
applied to the notes. 

Q. Why do you call the note immediately after the introduction 
of an additional Flat, Fa, or Fa or Do .' A. For two reasons, first, to 
remedy tlie difficulty of making a whole tone, in passing down from 
Fa or Do, and calling the next MI. Second, because when a Flat is 
regularly introduced, MI or SI of the preceding signature, always 
becomes Do or Fa in the one which follows. 

Q. What is the name of a note following an additional sharp to the 
signature ? A. Si or Fi. 

Q. Why is the syllable Si or Fi used, when sharps are introduced .' 
A. Where the change has but a momentary effect, the right sound 
is easily made by substituting one of those .syllables, and less likely to 
confuse the learner, as the other notes may generally retain their 
place and name. 

Q. What do you do when a Natural occurs ? .4. If it is to raise 
a note, it is treated as a Sharp, if to depress, as a Flat. 

Q. Is there no other method .' A. There is, where the Key or 
Sicrnature is changed and continues so for a considerable time, it is 
well to change the names of the whole of the notes, to the signature 
assumed. 



Kxplanatiou of musical Terms. 



Kinds of Music. 
.Anthem, — Music set to Prose. 
Cliirrus, — Music for a full Choir. 
i^etto or Duett. — Two parts. 
hugue or Fuge, — Music in wliich one part falls in after 

another, in a similar melody. 
Interlude, — Instrumental passage in a tune. 
Qmrtetto. — A piece of music of several parts, each of 

which occasionally takes the leading melody. 
Quintctto, — Music containing 5 parts, (see quartetto.) 
Solo, — For a single voice. 
Symphony or Sym. — For Instruments. 
Tasto Solo or T. S. — No Chords but Unisons. 
Trio, — A composition for three voices. 
Tutti, — All together. 
Verse, — One voice to a part 



MoVEME.VT. 

Adagio, — The slowest movement. 

Allegretto, — Rather quick. 

Alletrro, — Brisk. 

Andante, — Rather slow and distinct. 

Andantino, — Quicker than Andante 

Con Hpirito, — With .spirit. 

Da Capo, or D. C. — Close with the first strain. 

Fine, — The end. 

Largo, or Lento, — Slow. 

Larghetto, — Quicker than Largo. 

Legato, — Notes performed close and gliding 

Moderato, — Between Andante and Allegro. 

Spirituoso, — ^Vith spirit. 

VigoToso, — With energy. 

Vivace, — In a brisk an^ lively manner. 



ExPRESSIO.f. 

Affettuoso, — With tenderness. 

Crescendo or Crrs. — With an increasmg sound. 

Diminuendo or Dim. — With a decreasing sound. 

Diroto, — Ih a solemn manner. 

Dolce, — Sweet and soft. 

Forte or For. — Loud. 

Fortissimo, Fortis, or FF. — Very loud. 

Grave, (see Adagio.) — With deep emotion. 

Mezza Forte, or MF. — Rather loud. 

Mezza Piano, or MP. — Rather soft. 

Mezza Voce, — Moderation of voice. 

Maestoso, — With majesty. 

Piano, Pia. or P.— Soft. 

Pianissimo, Pianiss, or PP. — Very Mft. 

Tacit —Be silent. 



1» IC A C T I <J A 1. <> K S i: il \ A I' I O .\ S . 



It is deemed inexpedient, in a work designed for the phurcli, to enter minutely 
into the science o|■^iusic. 

The llii'ory nnil practice of Music cnnnol be separated; we have therefore intro- 
duced nil the rulc!i necessary tn pertoriii the Music in this and similar books, and 
nothing tliat is not nbsolutelv neccsiary to be learned and understood. A celebrated 
vocalist once said, that " to IK" a good singer, a hundred requisites were necessary, 
and one that had a good voice, had ninety-nine of them, and the hundredth, was 
stiblimr ennrephon .' which implies comprehending the musical composition, and tin- 
8<'ntiment of the words, so is to give expression to both. How many are there who 
have sung the most sentimental words, time alter time, without even thinking of 
any thing more than to sinif the tune. Separate from this consideration, there arc 
habits contracted in the manner of singing, which wo are perfectly unconscious of; 
and are strangely unwilling to believe, or even to hear exposed, or our perfection 
questioned. And we are so blind, or rather deaf to tliein, that we are ready to see 
and condemn that in others, which needs repeated evidence, to satisfy us that we 
practise them ourselves. To de'ect our own inaccuracies, we should occasionally 
sing alone, and be candid hearers of our own performance, and we shall probably 
find much to condemn. If singers were not generally too proud to be told their 
faults, they miwht often correct bad habits, before they become fixed. 

Il is a mistaken notion, that seems to prevail among those that are about learn- 
ing to sing, that if they attend school one quarter, and learn the rules well, they 
can then read or sing music at sight ; but to acquire the art of sounding notes 
placed promiscuously on the staff, the voice must be directed b)- the eye, and noth- 
ing but long and persevering practice can accomplish it: and the earlier in life, 
the practice is commenced, the better. Besides the art of making the sounds of dif- 
ferent notes, there are many other things to Ih? attended to, which, if neglected, nei- 
ther the music nor sentiment will have any effect; such are Tone, I^■TO^■ATlo^, Time, 
Accent & Empr.asis, Esi'sciation, Exprk3sion, Ad.vpt.^tion, &c.: which I shall 
sndeavor to explain in a familiar manner. 

Q. Tone. What is understood by tliis term ? A. It is the making vocal sounds, 
which may either be good or bad. 

Q. What is good tone.' .1. That which proceeds from the chest — free, open, 
round and clear. 

Q. Are all capable of making sounds in this manner? A. All who have an car 
for Music, may avoid bad tones, though all cannot make equally good ones. 

Q. What constitutes bad tone .' A Harsh, rough, jerking, squeaking, nasal or 
monotonous sounds. 

Q. What is the cause of these ? A. Want of proper instruction, self-compla- 
cency, and a foolish ambition to make a noise rather than music. 

Q. Intonation. What is understood by intonation ? A. It is the art of mak- 
ing and sustaining perfectly, a given sound, and to pass from that to other notes of 
a tune, making llie distances perfect, from one note to anotiier. This is called 
singing in tune. 

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Q. Do all persons who sing tunes, ling in tunc .' A. They do not: very many 
may be said to sing tunes, and are called good singers by those who value singinff 
according to thu degree of noise mode: while tlieir intonation is such, tJmt Uury 
never can be said to s;ng in tune. 

Q. What is the cause of this.' A. Il may have U-en caus<-d by hearing incor- 
rect singing, untuned instruments, carelessness, want of slrenglh ; but liir- most 
probable cause, 'u a disposition and attempt tr> make more noise than the oigans are 
able to sustain, determined to be heard al all events, till the voice and ear beconje 
vitiated. 

Q. What is the consequence of having such voices in a Choir ? A. Intolerable 
singing. 

<^. Does this make all the bad singing? A. There may be singing out of time, 
or want of expenence in the tune, but it is presumed that three iuurllis of the horrid 
gratings of Music, has arisen from false intimation. 

Q. May not a whole Choir sing so as to drown or absorb KUch voices ? A. Prob- 
ably not, because if all but one or two of Uies<' powerful vo.ces, have correct can, 
(rather than hear the di.scord of the falling voices,) they will conform to lliem, i. t. 
of the two evils, ihcy will choose the least. 

Q. Do iinperlect voices always fall from the Key ? A. There may be an in- 
stance (of one to a thousand,) ol a voice being sharp, but it is so rare, that we do 
not look upon it as a fault, 
i Q. Is the (ailing of voices gradual, or on some particular notes? A. Usually 
on the hiirhest notes, hut sometimes a gr.idual fall f.om the first to tlie last note. 

Q. If individuals are unconscious of their fault, and have so much confidence in 
their powers of voice, how shall they l)e convinced? A. \je\. them take a pitch 
from an instrument, then sing a tune throuffh without it, then let Ihi- instrument 
sound the same letter they commenced with, and if they cannot before perceive 
their gradual descent, and find they have lost a whole note somewhere, it may 
satisfy them of tlieir error. 

Q. Are not some voices treacherous, sounding notes far away from the one in- 
tended ? A. They are. But voices that occaaiontlly step out of the way, and re- 
turn immediately, are not so much to be dreaded, as tliose that are continually 
sliding down. 

Q. Time. What is meant by time ? A. It is the regulator of Music, but require* 
neither musical genius nor ear; still it is one of the most es-sential acquirement* in 
the performance of Music; without it, there can Se no hirmony ; in it all who hear 
participate; and, in the n.idst of a performance of a piece of music, confusion of 
time will, in am instant, change the countenances, and put in consternation a 
whole audience. 

Accent fc Emphasis. These terms may be applied »o Music, or words. 

Q. How is accent made? A. By sounding the accented note full, and the un 
accented note softer; not. to sound every note loud, and laboring to sound llie ac 
I cented note still louder, and in tliis way destroying the voice aa well as the mans 



XVUl 



PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS 



Q. Are Accents always regular, either in Music or words? A. They are not; 
sometimes the lines of Music commence on an accented, and sometimes on an unac- 
cented part of tlie bar, and it is the same in regard to poetry. (See Plate IV.) 

Q. How are thfse things reconciled .' .1. Whatever the situation of a note may 
be in tlie bar, if the word that applies to it requires an emphasis, it must be given. 
To lead learners to a consideration of this subject, in some of the tunes on the first 
pao-es of the book, some words are printed in KOMAJS CAPITALS, to receive em- 
phasis, some in ITALIC CAPITJ1L8, Emphatic words on unaccented notes, and 
some in small Italics unaccented words. 

Q. Does the relative situation of notes ever lead to an accent, where you would 
wish to avoid it.' A. It is so where a note, which is applied loan unaccented 
word or syllable, is a considerable number of degrees higher tlian the preceding 
note, (See Plate IV.) 

Q. Should there ever be two accents on one note .' A. Never. (See plate IV.) 

Q. Articulation, or Accentuation. How are we to articulate words in sing- 
ing .■' A. So far as we can, we should conform to the strictest rules of pronuncia- 
tion in reading. 

Q. Whj can we not in all cases.' A. It is owing to the suspension of the 
voice on long notes, slurs, &c. Q. On what letters of words or syllables, should the 
principal sound of the note be made.' A. On the vowel or vowels, and the mouth 
closed suddenly, to articulate a consonant at the end of a word, both in slurs and 
long notes ; for, if the mouth is closed to pronounce the consonant, before the note 
or slur is completed, nothing but a nasal sound can follow. 

Q. What causes bad articulation .' A. Performers are generally so intent on 
the notes, time, &c., that they seem to leave the words to take care of themselves, 
sometimes dividing the note.< and words into couplets, (See Plate IV.) sometimes 
by carelessly joining the last letter of a word to the following word, and various 
other ways, as may be seen (Plate IV.) In short, it is because they merely make 
use of the words to sing the tune, as they do fa sol la, instead of making use of 
the notes, to sing the icords. 

Q. Why are singers so frequently in contention? A. The enemy of souls, if 
he can preach and pray, cannot sing; nothing, therefore, he so much dreads, as 
karmony, either of voice, or feeling, among a company of singers ; and if a Choir 
have no higher motives in singing, than to amuse themselves and hearers, depend 
upon it, some false reasoning will be presented, to excite jealousies and animosities 
among them ; and even the most frivolous circumstances, such as the good sense 
of the individual is ashamed to relate, will be exaggeiated into tremendous abuses. 

Q. Teachers. Can any precise rules be given to Teachers or scholars, so that 
they can learn or teach without example .' A. If it is hardly possible for a man to 
become an accomplished orator without a tutor, it can hardly be supposed he will 
be able to sing well, when, in addition to good reading, he has to attend to all the 
requisites for g(#od singing, before mentioned. 

Q. Is it necessary that a man should be a good reader in order to be a good sing- 
er or Teacher .' A. A person may read well, and not be a good singer : a man may 



teach Music, in itself considered, well, without noticing the words : but it cannot oe 
expected, that any one can give expression, to the sentiment of the words, unless 
he understands language. 

Q. In teaching, should leading notes, unprinted arid unauthorized, be permitted, 
such as aie found in (Plate IV.) A. By no means, if you want to have them 
spoken distinctly : this style of singing, belongs to secular Slusic, if anywhere, but 
such as are usually added, are those arising from false taste, or an indolent habit, 
making these unseen notes merely to slide from one note to another, instead of 
promptly speaking the note and word. 

Q. Should teachers and leaders of Choirs, eitlier with voice or instrument, move 
so much forward as to be distinctly heard before others .' A. By no means ; it is 
possible to dictate sound and expression, and still keep the voice in apparent time 
with others; and this is the grand secret of leading and teaching sacred Music. 

Q. As you have not given directions what jiusic to apply to words that are 
Doctrinal, Didactic, or Historical, permit me to ask the question .' A. Until those 
who read them, learn that it is not reason, but passion, that sings, and that no ad- 
ditional force can be given to facts, after they are once well read, by drawling them 
through a tune — I can only say, sing them in the tune you can sing with the great- 
est ease. 

Q. If a whole psalm or hymn is read, the greater part of which is cheerful and 
the remainder plaintive, and I select a tune for the cheerful, and just as all are 
prepared to commence, direction is given to omit the only words applicable to the 
tune selected, what is then to be done .' A. Much can be done to accommodate 
tunes to words, by the manner of singing them, but if those who read them cannot 
tell before they commence reading, what is to be sung, and what omitted, I must 
refer 3'ou to them for an answer. 

Q. Why do those who have learned to sing, so soon relinquish it .' A. Because 
they probably say. or think — '• I have done my part; I will let young people do tht; 
singing." But would the same individual dare to say the same in regard to any 
other religious duty .' We leave this for our readers to answer. 

Q. Perhaps you will say, I sing in my pew, will not that answer my obligations .' 
A. If you and others sincerely believe you can render equal assistance there, then 
you are excusable. 

Q. But is singing in the pews, no assistance to a Choir.' A. Never ; but often 
an annoyance, especially where fliose that siiag do not know enough about it to 
desist where a solo or duet is sung. 

And now, to conclude, an all important question arises, especially to the friends 
of Religion. — Has the practice of Sacred Music any tendency to influence those 
youth who are engaged in it, in preparing the heart for the reception of Religious 
Truth.' To this I can only make the following statement, and leave the subject for 
the public to make their own inference. In the course of the last thirty years, J 
have attempted to instruct more than five thousand different individuals, in Sacred 
Music, and from information which I have been able to collect I can say with confi- 
dence, that more than one half of that number, are, or have been professors of religion 



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C. Ye Bona of men KEJOICK, In Jesiw inigh - ly love, Lift up your HEART, lift up your VOICE, To him Utat role* a - bove. 



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r. LIb'F. is a spnn.a fli-et - ing hour, How soon the va - pour flies, Man is a tender, Iran - sicnt flower, That e'en in bloom - ing dies. 



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V. Oh ! let thy hand support me still, And lead me to thy ho - ly hill. Where toil, and grief, and pain, shall cease, Where all is calm, and all is peace. 

/n the ahore lessons It is desitrned that the females should simrthe. Treble, and the mules the Tlase. Each part to he learned hi/ nnte. and '' ' nir the trords. pai.'infr par- 
ticular attention tn the Emphatieal irorils, stuns, and marks ; rarijin^ the time. tone and spirit nf eneh turn, to aeeommodaie the mtisicto the li irtrr nf the trords. I hart 
omitted maiks to dictate the rjpressinn. i^-c, Knotping that if a teacher has not judjtmenl lodiclatr, ami skill to teach hif ezamplti tcriUcn dira,,,^,,.- „ ... ic of tiult use. In varying 
tuiies to express tcords, the feelings must be brought to bear on the subject ; or it will only be variation without expression. 



XX 



COI¥TE]¥TS OF TME I.\TR®DtJ€T©RY EESSOIVS. 



Page 5. Explanation of the meaning of certain words and phrases 
made use of in Writing and performing Sacred IMusic. 

Plate I. Page 6th. The characters which are indispensable in 
Writing Music, with a concise explanation of their uses. 

Plate II. Page 7. Occasional characters used in Music. 

Plate III. Page 8. Gamuts, Signatures, and Explanatory Scales. 
No. 26. The letters applied to the Staff, in the G Clef. No. 27. 
Shewing the names of the notes on the Staff, when the different 
Signatures are applied; the Signatures for the Tenor and Treble 
being above the Staff, and tliose of the Base below; so that the eye 
may assist the memory in learning the names of the notes. No. 28. 
The letters that transfer the MI or SI, to different lines and spaces. 
No. 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34, a Scale to explain the Semitones, 
contained in the G and F Clefs, the relative situation of the two Clefs, 
— names of distances from one given note to another, and names of 
the relative distances in the Octave, reckoning upward from the Major 
and Elinor Tonic. 

Plate IV. Page 9. Shows the different situations of the gov- 
erning note, as removed by Flats and Sharps, — and the situation of 
each Major and Relative Minor Tonic or Key, as removed by the 
Signatures. Also some of the errors frequently heard among per- 
formers of Sacred Music, exposed and illustrated by examples. 



Plate V. Page 10. Lessons for exercising the voice, on the 
Major and JMinor Key, — and for forming correct soands, making 
accent, and keeping time. 

Page 11. Particular explanation of the Staff, Bars, Brace, Leger 
Lines, Clefs, JModes of Time, and Close. 

Page 12. Occasional Characters. The Flat, Sharp, Natural, Stc. 

Page 13. Marks of Addition, Diminution, Staccato, Hold, Repeat, 
Double Ending, Swell, Stc. 

Page 14. Diatonic Scale, Solmization, Major and Minor Tonic, 
or Key. 

Page 15. Distances — Staff divided into Semitones; Chromatic 
Scale; order of introducing Flats and Sharps. 

Page 16. Definition of words used to direct in the performance 
of Music; viz. Movement, Expression, number of voices employ- 
ed, &.C. 

Page 17. Observations explanations, and directions in regard to 
the requisites to good singing; viz. Tone, Intonation, Time, Accent 
or Emphasis, Punctuation, Pronunciation, Stc. 

Page 18. Expression. A few hints to Teachers, Singers, &.c. 

Page 19. Lessons for practice; calculated to assist the learner, in 
adapting words to Music, and Music to words. 



The foUoinng Letters placed at the hcginning of Tunes, in the first part of this worJc are used to explain the character of the Music and Words. 
P. Music adapted to P/«mfiue words expressive of pity, grief, &.C. | We are aware that in regard to the character of familiar tunes 



M Majestic expressive of Power, Majesty, Wonder, &.c. 

C. Cheerful, adapted to words of Joy, Praise, &c. 

V Music best calculated to be Varied, so as to give expression 
to words of different character, and easiest to sing when words have 
no character for IVIusic. 



much depends on association. If we have been accustomed to sing 
; or hear a tune sung to particular words, whether applicable to the 
I Music or not, we associate the tune with the words; hence it will not 
j be strange if some should differ with us in opinion in regard to the 
\ application of the above letters. 



CHURCH HARxMONY. 



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WITH DARKIVESS IVHEIiMKD. (Anthem.; 

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ALPHABETICAL IIVDEX. 



Aberdeen • 


. . JB 


Broomigrove 


- 67 


Abridge - 


« 


Burmah • 


- 306 


Accepl&nce 


- 13 






Acton 


- n 


Camden - 


- 64 


Addison 


. (5 


Canaan - 


- 338 


Africa - 


. 3(2 


Canterbury 


- 50 


Alden 


. . a 


Canton - 


- 314 


Alexander 


s 


Chaplin 


- km; 


Alfreton - 


- ft) 


Chester - 


31 


Alton - 


(7 


Christmas - 


- 43 


Amherst - 


- 5 


Clapton - 


• - 33 


Andover 


. 23 


Cohasset - 


- 4G 


Angel's Hymn 


'A 


Colchester 


- 301 


Annan 


- a 


Conquest - 


- 320 


Antonia - 


. i« 


Costellow 


7(5 


Archdale - 


- to 


Cranbrook 


• 290 


Armstrong 
Arnheim • 


- 30 
- TO 


Dalston - 


- 118 


Arnold - 


. 3(7 


Damascus - 


- 333 


Arundel 


• 'A 


December 


61 


Ashiield 


a 


Dedham - 


- 50 


Athol 


- 2 


Derby - 


70 


Atlantic 





Devotion - 


- 22 


Austria 


. 1(0 


Doddridge 


- 309 


Averno - 


. 


Doomsday 
Dover - 


- 31 
27 


Barby 
Barry - 


- 
. 37 


Dracut 
Dresden 
Dublin 
Dudley - 


- 36 

84 


Banquet • 
Bavaria - 


- 33) 
lU 


- 74 

- 296 


Bedford . 


- a2 


Duke Street 


- 68 


Bethany - 


. sa 


Dundee - 


39 


Bether 

Bethlehem - 
Billings, Amhen 
Bingham 
Blanchard - 


- 19 
14 

It 39 
- 13 

- 37 


Eaton 
Edgarton 
Ellentliorpe 
Elliot - 
Emmons - 


- - 92 

75 

- 76 
88 

- 97 


Blendon 


6 


Enfield - 


- 306 


Bowcn 
Boxford - 
■Bray - 
Brentford 


- 7» 

4) 


Exultation 
Epworlh 


- 3a5 
■ 117 


- 4} 

8. 


Evening Hym 


n - 102 


Bristol 


. ^ 


Fairfax - 


99 


Brooklyn 


» 


Fairfield - 


29 



Fountain - 
Franconia 
Freeman - 
Fulton • 
Funeral Hymn 

Cerman Hymn 
German 
(•ermany 
(ilajgow • 
Gorliain - 
Gratitude - 
Greenville 
Groton 



Hammond - 

Haddam 

Harmonia - 

Hartland 

Heber 

Hobart - 

Homer 

Hopkinton 

Hope 

Islington 
Italian Hymn 
Idumca - 



Jerusalem - 
Judgment Hymn 
Jubilee 

Keene - 
Kempton - 
Kingsbury 
Kingsbriage 
Kingston 

Lanesborough 
Leoni - 
Lincoln 
Lisbon - 



27 
112 
322 

a5 

52 

97 

327 

81 

87 

41 

29!) 

1(X) 

71 



305 

124 

77 

52 

a3 

122 

108 

53 

329 

134 
21 

336 

323 
313 
135 

125 
321 
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126 
39 

44 

121 

315 

34 



London 


41 


Loudon - 


37 


Luton 


rj 


Lynnfield 


57 


Lyons 


%\ 


Maicom 
l^^^^te 
AfliTyland 


328 

• ltt5 
308 


Melville - 


91 


Mentz - 


51 


Mercy 
Meriden 


133 


59 


Middleton 


295 


Milford - 


40 


Millbury - 
Millennium - 


30 
107 


Milo . - . . 


332 


Mount Calwy 
Mortality - 


103 
• 312 


Munich - • - 


77 


Nantucket 


32C 


Nashua - 


116 


Nazareth - 


79 


Nelson - - . 


96 


New Bedford - 


64 


New Haven - 


&3 


Norman 


53 


Nor walk 


34 


Norway 
Norwich 


■ 51 

26 


Oakham - 


• 117 


Old Hundred - 


137 


Olivet 


• 328 


Olinutz - 


29 


Olney 
Otis 


• 318 
72 


Palestine - 


■ 93 


Park Street - 


89 


Parma 


• 65 


Passover 


111 



Payson 


■ 324 


Southampton 


Peterborough - 


3M 


Stamford 


Peace 


- 311 


Stephens - 


Pearl Street - 


- 300 


Hlevonwin 


Pilgrim 


• lUI 


Stoddard - 


Poland - 


- 298 


Stoncfield 


Portland - 


- 132 


Suiimisaion 


Proclamation - 


2b 


Sudbury 
Sufficld - 


Quincy 


- 72 


Suppliant 
Switzerland 


Radiance 


- 131 




Rapture 


- lite 


Tallis Chant - 


Read - 


- 311 


Tainworlii 


Resignation 


- 3e 


Telford - 


Retirement 


- 312 


Tolland - 


Rineton 


. 299 


Townaend 


Rodney - 


- 304 


Tremont - 


Romaine - 


. 104 


Truro 


Rothwell 


► 3o;» 




Roxbury - 


- 42 


Vernon 
Vesper Hymn 


Sabaoth - 


82 


VicU)ry - 


Samos 
Saxony - 


- 55 


Walney - 
Warcfield - 


Sharon 


- 116 


Warren - - - 


Shepherd 


3f) 


Watchman 


Sherburne - 


- 127 


\Vare - 


Shirland 


36 


Watts 


Shirley 


- 81 


Warwick 


Shoel - 


G9 


Webster - 


Silver Street - 


- 2b 


Welfleet 


Spring - 


98 


Wells 


St. Sebastian's ■ 
St. Ambrose - 
St. Ann s - 


- 300 
. 307 

- 45 


Wesley - 
Westport - 
Westmoreland 


St. Helen's - 


95 


Winrhelsea 


St. Jerome's 


- lai) 


Windsor 


St. Mark's - 
St. Martin's 
St. Pancras 


46 
- 13H 

- 320 


Williamsburg - 
Winthrop 
Woodland - 


St. Thomas 


- 32 




Stepney - 


- 297 


Zealand - 


Sude 


. 62 


Zion - 



METRICAIi IIVDIX. 



S. M. Major. 
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Chester - 
Clapton 
Cranbrook 
Dover 
Doomsday 
Dracut 
J)udley - 
Fairfield - 
Fountain 
Lisbon 
London 
Middleton 
Rlillbury 
Olmutz 
Proclamation - 
Silver St. - 
Shepherd 
St. Thomas 
Stepney 
Suffield - 
Shirland 
Telford - 
Watchman 
Williamsburg 
Zealand 

S. M. Minor 
Norwich 
Nor walk • 
Zealand 

C. M. Major 
Abridge 
Andover - 
Africa . - • 
Arundel - 
Amherst 
Archdale - 
Antonia 
Barby 

Bray . . . 
Bedford - 
Boxford 
BroomsOTove 



? Christmas 

32 Cohasset 
31 i Canterbury 

33 ! Camden - 
296 I Colchester 

27 I Dundee - 



31 
36 
296 
29 
27 
34 



Dedham 
December - 
Enfield - 
Gorham 
Gratitude 



37 1 Hartland 

- 295 I Hammond 
30 i Hopkinton 

- 29 i Jerusalem - 
28 I Kingston 

- 26 I Lanesborough 
30 j London 

- 32 Lynnfield - 
297 j Milford - 

- 33 I Meriden - 
36 j Norway 

- 37 i Norman - 
28 I New Haven 

2M \ New Bedford 

- 35 \ Olivet - 
I Parma 



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1 Pearl Street - 
26 i Peterboro - 
Rosbury 
Rineton 
j Resignation - 
j Rodney 
49 I St. Ann's 
"' ■ St. Mark's 

St. Sebastian's 
St. 3Iartin's 
Stephens 
Stamford - 
Samos - 
Stevenson 
Stade 2 v. 
Tallis' Chant 
Tolland 2 v. ■ 
Victory 



298 

302 
54 
55 
GO 

136 
40 
42 

302 
49 
57 



43 

46 
50 
54 

301 
39 
50 
61 

306 
41 

299 



52 

305 

53 

323 

39 I 

. 44 

41 

■ 57 

40 

- 59 
51 
53 
63 
64 

328 

. 65 

300 

- 38 
42 

- 299 

38 

- 304 

45 

- 46 I 
300 ! 

- 138 \ 

- 47 i 
55 \ 

. 56 
62 1 

- 43 I 
58 

- 45 { 



Walney 
Warwick - 
Watts - 
Winthrop 
Woodland 
W^estmoreland - 

CM. Minor 
Funeral Hymn 
Hammond 
Lynnfield 
Mentz 
Poland - 
W'indsor - 
Woodland 



L. M. Major 
Addison 
Alton - 
Alfreton - 
Arnheim 
Ashfield - 
Angels' Hymn 
Alden 
Atlantic 
Arnold 
Armstrong 
Bethany 
Blendon 
Bowen 
Bristol - 
Brooklyn 6. 1. - 
Brentford 
Burmah - 
Costellow 
Canton 

Duke Street - 
Derby 
Doddridge 
Dresden 
Ellenthorpe - 
Edgarton - 
Elliot 61. - 
Eaton 6 1. 
Fulton ■ 
Groton 



304 
303 
303 
301 
48 
. 56 



52 

305 
57 
51 

298 
44 

■ 48 



66 

67 

69 

70 

71 

74 

82 

83 

307 

310 

. 330 

66 



90 

94 

86 
308 

76 
314 

68 
. 70 I 

309 
. 84 \ 

76 
. 75 

88 i 
. 92 \ 

8o j 
. 71 i 



German 

Germany 

German Hfmn 

Glasgow • 1. 

Harmonia 

Hope 

Heber 

JudgmentHy 

Luton 

Malcom - 

Maryland 

Melville 61. 

Milo 

Nazareth - 

Otis 

Old Hundred 

Park Street 

Palestine 6 1 

St. Pancra 

Peace 

Quincy - 

Read - 

Retirement 

Rothwell - 

Shoel - 

Stonefield - 

Shirley - 

Sabaoth 

Stoddard 

St. Helen's 6 

St. Ambrose 

Saxony 6 1. 

Submission 

Town send 

Truro ■ 

Vernon 

Ware 

Warefield 

Winchelsea 

Wells 



L. M 
Alton 
Averno - 
Acton 
Bethany 



327 ! 

81 
97 
87 1 
77 ' 
329 
83 
. 313 
73 



Minor 



Dublin 

Munich 

Mortality 



7'8. 



Aberdeen 

Austria 

Emmons 

Evening Hymn 
o^ t German Hymn 
Qfio Lincoln 
'^"^ Malcom 

Nelson 

Pilgrim - 

Spring 

Sudbury 

Westport - 

Damascus 

7's Minor 

Fairfax - 
Warren 
Mount Calvary 

7&6 




6&5 
Lyons 
Olney - 
Wesley 

8's, 7's & 8, ' 
Bavaria - 
Bethlehem 
Bingham 
Franconia - 
Greenville 
Homer 

Passover 6 1. - 
Suppliant - 
i Tarn worth 



tcBper Hjmn 

8'b 
tpworth 
Nashua 
Oakham 
Sharon 



lether - 
>alston - 
it. Jerome 
lobart 
laddam 
leene 



98 i 4'on 



Jillings 

lingsbridge C 
kpture 
^erbume 
i Iwitzerland 
! empton 
'. ingsbury 

cceptance 

adiance 
tland 

lercy 



3 P.M. 
do. 

H. M. 

. do. 

do. - 
- do. 

do. 



- 115 

117 

- 116 
117 

- 116 

119 
118 
. 120 
122 
124 
125 
123 
319 



, P. M. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
lO's 
do. 



126 
128 
127 
129 
321 
337 
130 
131 



lO's «&irsl32 
133 



remont 

lanchard 

arry 

onquest 

reeman 

ay son 

k'ebster 

antucket 



do. 

11 & 8 
3, 5, 8, 4 
7, 7, 7, 5 

5,5,8 

12&11 

8,4 

4,7,8 
lO&ll 



>'illiamsburg 8, 6, 4 
anaan 12 & 9 
lexander 5, 7, 4 
levotion 6'a 

ilington 12's 
outhampton 6, 4 
talian Hymn 6, 4 
ubilee 6 & 10 

t^eoni 6, 8, 4 

Wellfleet 5, 6, 8 
Banouet 5, 6, 9 



316 
317 
317 
320 
322 
324 
325 
326 
334 
338 
25 
22 
134 
22 
21 
135 
121 
31G 
339 



SELKCT JMSIC FOR It i: L I f; | O tS W O K «, S, I p 



144 

- V.t) 
J4() 

- 140 
141 

- 2e;3 



To (in.l tho Father if 

rrni.si- (Jo.l tl.f Kiithvr L. M. Old IliiiKircil 137. 

Pruisf i;iul iVoin whom 

Now let th,- Fatlar ) ^, , g,^ ;^^^„^ ,3^^ 

To !• iitlur, ftoii i_ 

Siiijj we ti> mir Ooii, 7's. i 

May tli«' K"'"'' "('Christ, s &. 7\. vElleiithorpe 138 

Gn'nt Ji-liovah, l<, 7, & 4 > 

IMfssiiii.', lioiior, (lowiT nl glorji 

i;i<irv l>o to tilt' I'litlicr - - 

(Jlon- U- to the Fntlicr - * 

l'niis<- \c the Loril - - | 

Siiii; Iliil'-hijiih - - 4 

The 1.T11C0 of our Lord - - 

Saiath. „,- 

To ilim who rcijjim '540 

A!;:iiii the (liiv ri'tunis ■ • - - - 158 

Bii'!<.-.'<1 !«• the Loril 170 

lUlore Jihovali's awful Tone - - - 205 

Hevoiiil tlie starry skies " "I " * '^'^'^ 

Heiiold God ia my salvoid - - - - 27t) 

(■"onie ye dis<-onsolate ' "I " * '^^ 

l)mii:htir>' of Jeriisilem - U . . J.V) 

tJoil i^ i.'i>odiiess - • - - - 275 

Give tliauks unto the Iz>i - 1- • - 2(i8 

Holy Lord Go<l of Sabaoi ... 15(J 

I will arise - - - - • - - 184 

Look up ye siints 15'2 

I,ord have mercy ----- 157 

1 jfe has a silver thread - - - - lf)7 

Loril who shall l)ear that ly j - - 180 

My (Jod, the siirin^'ofidkiy joys( - - ltJ2 

O L'ive thanks unto the Id \ - - I.IO 

Our help is in the Lonl - - - - UV) 

(J ihou whose power - - - - ll>4 

Our Father who ait in liven - - - 21!> 

Sinj; Halleluiah praise tliLonJ - - 141 

Sin;: 10 the Lord - - - - - 147 

The Lord is good to all - - - 871 

There is a stream 21W 



This life's a rlream - - . . 

^1- sini; his lovt; - - - . 

NMiile lili' prolongs - - - 

>Fiincral. 

I'V, far o'er hiil and dell 

I li-ard a voiei- fiotn Heaven 

W< eiuf! his love - - - . - 

W«'p, ehildren of Isri.r'l - 

AN'at ihou<,di the arm of death 

DexJi of a Cliristiaii 

Ordintition or Dedication. 

Bebld God is my solvation 

Lou up ye saints - - - 

O fje thanks unto the Lord 

ThiLord is Kitijj; - - - - 

Will the Lord ehall build up Zion - 

>'e\v Year. 
IJeli'l the iiarrow tjound ... 

I Charity. 

iComye disconsolate - - - . 
Far, f o'er hill and dell - - - 
Go(l 'my lite - - . . . 
I Hail.wei t cherub Charity 
t Pinj; Heavens - - . . . 
Whilfriends their aid impart 



P-^r. 



.Miscellaneous. 

All thworks praise tliee, (Trio.) 
Fndin still fading, (Fveninp Hvmn.) 
For ^'-e and salvation, (Roimd.) 
H()w|)asini,' is tlie voice, (Hvmn for Spring. 
I wilavays give thanks, (Duet.) 
Keninier not O Lord, (Roimd 5 voices.) - 
She Th lies here, (Roimd for 4 voices.) 
Whei 1st in wonder 



IHI 
171 

178 

» 

UK) 

i:>;{ 

171 

y.tr, 
i'J7 
3:31 

27() 

l.-)0 
201 
I'M 



165 



209 
liK) 
210 ! 
212 f 
218 
21G 



249 I 
148 I 
2*>4 ! 
245 
2<)5 
2(54 
2:38 
284 



Chrittmas. 

I'hvoiiiI ilii- slany skies 

«i'loiy Ki (;,mI in the highest - 

Holy l^ml God of Salmoth 

Hosaiiii.i, l(|.-KSfd is he that romefl 

On Jndnh's pluin 

With durktieos win Imed 

>Ii'->.i<)iinr)r. 

Daughter of /ion awake - 

Fallen is iliv ilin.iKr 

Missionary Call 

() thou whose pow« r 

Our Father who an in heaven - 

Sing to the Lord - - . . 

Sing unto the Lord - 

Sing to the Lord in joyful song 

The h.'ittle is the Lonl's 

Though now ili.- nations 

Why trembling and sad 

Thanksgiving. 

.'Ml thy works praise thee - 

A ."•se ye people - - . . 

Hefort^ Jehovah's awful throne - 

Ilehold Go,.' is my sjilvation - 

Give thanks iintn the Lord 

I will praise iJie Lord - . . 

I will always give thanks - 

I>ook U|) ye saints - - . 

Let every thing that hath bmath - 

O give thanks unto the Lord - 

I'niise the Lord my goul - 

Sing unto the Lord . . . 

Sing to the Lonl in joyful eong - 

The [,onl sitteth alxjvc - 

The Lord is goo<l - . . 

We will rejoice - - . . 

With angels and archangek 

O the comparison 



242 

l.-jtj 
241 



294 

i<;4 
2l'.t 
147 
2.V,' 
21 w 

225 
227 



240 
25; • 
2C5 
27(i 
2( H 
2.^7 
2i .". 
1.52 
27:i 
1.% 
2»io 
2.52 

2r>.". 

24f; 
271 
2.11 

286 



AlXTIIEillS, CliORUSSKS, 



Arise ye people - 
Again the day returns 
All thy works praise thee 

Blessing, honor, power 

Blessed be the Lord - 

Beliold the narrow bound - 

Beyond the starry skies 

Behold, God is my salvation 

Before Jehovah's awful throne 

Be joyful in God 

Come ye disconsolate 

Doxology 

Daughter of Jerusalem 

Daughter of Zion awake - 

Doxologies, L. M. 

Doxologies, C. M. - 

Doxologies, 7's, 8, 7, &. 8, 7, 4 

Death of a Christian 

Fading still lading 

Far, far o'er hill and dell - 

Fallen is thy throne 

For grace and salvation - 

Give thanks unto the Lord - 
Glory to God in the highest 
Glory be to the Father 
Glory be to the Father 
God of my life - - - 



Page, 



259 
158 
- 249 



God is goodness 



> 



IIYiTIJVS, &c. 
P»se- 275 j Remember not, Lori 



Hail, sweet cherub Charitj - 
Holy Lord God of Sabaoth 
How pleasing is the voice - 
Hosanna, blessed is he that comes 



144 

- 170 
185 

- 242 
276 

- 205 
284 339 j I will always give thanks 

209 
306 340 

- 155 



I heard a voice from heav'n 
I will arise - - - 
I will praise the Lord 



229 

- 137 
138 

- 138 
331 

- 148 
190 

- 226 
264 

- 268 
239 

- 146 
139 

- 210 



i 
i 

I Let every thing that hath breath 

Life has a silver thread 
I Look up ye saints 
\ Lord have mercy - . . 

Lord, wlio shall bear that day 

My God the spring - - - 

Missionary Call 

JNo war nor battlo sound 

O the compassion - - . 

O give thanks 

O Thou, whose power 

Our help is in the Lord 

Our Father, who art in Heaven 

On Judah's plain 

Praise ye the Lord 

Praise the Lord 



She who lies here 

Sing to the Lord a joyf song - 

Sing Hallelujah - ■[ 

Sing to the Lord 

Sing O Heavens - 

Sing unto the Lord - 

$7 I The grace of our Lord 
; The last beam is shinini 
: This life's a drean - 

The eternal Shepherd 

The Lord is Kin™' 

The battle is the I^ord'g 

Tho' now the naions 

The Lord aittctb above 

The Lord is gocJ 

There is a strean 

We sing his lov; 

While life proloigs 

Weep, childrenof Isra 

We will rejoice - 

While friends ('.eir aidiipart - 

With angels anl archaiels - 

With darkness vlit;ii)iej - 

Why tremblingaiid aad 

When the Lon shall Hid up Zion 

What though t e arm ddeaih 

When lost in \onder | 



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265 

- 141 
147 

- 218 
252 

283 

- 148 
181 

- 197 
201 
222 
225 

- 246 
271 

- 292 

ni 

- 178 
196 

- 251 
216 

• 254 

234 

227 

198 

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